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The Business Case

The Business Case: Applications and Programs for the Home Office

In the early days of home computers, the mere ability to work with a machine in your own home, far away from the requirements and constraints of mainframes, was an idea that sold itself. It was irrelevant whether or not the resulting work at any lasting purpose. As the machines themselves were often underpowered, this irrelevance came in very handy.

Advances in the industry lead to machines with sound, graphics, and other features, which lent themselves to the ultimate demonstrations of the usefulness of these new appliances: games.

However, the huge potential for being games machines was quickly overshadowed by a more lucrative idea: being purchased and used by business and industry.

Alongside full-page ads about the amazing games and entertainment a customer could get, came ads lauding the potential for use by businesses: spreadsheets, word processors, databases, and inventory tracking. This button-down tie-wearing aspect of the home computer revolution has done nothing but grow in the decades since.

This collection presents the business case for home computers, providing many of the best-selling and not so best-selling business related software available to users from the 1970s and 1980s. By experiencing firsthand what the interface and potential of the software was, it is possible to get perspective on how far innovation has brought us. It also demonstrates the unique problem facing the makers of the software: how to show its strength and potential when its user interfaces seemed anything but.

This is by no means a comprehensive collection of all business software for home computers - currently it is focused on the Apple II family of computers, as well as the Atari 800. Over time, this collection will expand out to many more platforms and types of business software.

Please note: There is currently no way to save data entered into these programs. Please do not use them for your financial planning or dissertations.

Some highlights of this collection include:

Word Processing
Applewriter II Training Disk The Atari Word Processor Bank Street Writer (Original) Better Working Word Processor
The Correspondent v4.4 Dot Writer Easy Working Writer v1.03 EasyWriter
Edit Version 3.9 The First Xlent Word Processor FrEDWriter Verison 4.4 FreeWriter
The GT Estate Word Processor HomePak HomeWord Plus HomeWord Speller v1.0
Magic Slate Version 1.2.2 Magic Window Magic Window II MECC Writer
Mini Office II (Word Processor) Mousewrite Pie Writer Screenwriter IIe
Super-Text Home/Office Super-Text Professional PaperClip XL v1.2 PFS: Write
Term Paper Writer TEXTPRO Univac ][ by The Serpent Version 2.2 Word Juggler IIe v2.5
Word Juggler IIe WordPerfect IIe/IIc Version 1.1 Write Away The Writer
Zardax 6.0
Financial Planning
Apple II Expense Tracker (A2X) Business Utilities v1.0 Checkbook Analyzer Personal Finance The Clan Practical Accountant
Dow Jones Stock Reporter The Home Accountant v2.0 Home Worker v1.2 Reports and Ratios
Time is Money
Databases
The Database Manager (1985) Easy Working Filer Version 1.01 Information Master 5.0 The GT Data Manager
MECC Data Handler MicroDiary Mini Office II (Database) Superbase v2.0
Spreadsheets
Easy Working: The Planner SpeedCalc Simply Perfect The Spread Sheet 2.0
The SWIFT Spreadsheet Trio (TrioCalc, TrioWord, TrioFile) The Typewriter VisiCalc 1.37
VisiCalc 1.74a (Atari)
General Productivity
Bookends v1.0 Bookends v2.04 Calendar Program by Red Degroat HeartWare
Lexicom 3.0 Sideways Thinktank Timeliner
TimeOut ReportWriter
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The Business Case
by Broderbund, Inc.
3,543
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Bank Street Writer was a word processor for Apple II, Atari 8-bit, Commodore, MSX, Macintosh, and IBM PC computers. It was designed in 1981 by a team of educators at the Bank Street College of Education in New York City, software developer Franklin E. Smith, and programmers at Intentional Educations in Watertown, MA. Because of its wide adoption in elementary schools in the following years, a period coincident with the growth of personal computer use, it was generally thought at the time to...
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Atari, Inc.
160
0
0
AtariWriter was Atari's second attempt at a word processor for it's 8-bit computer line. Their first attempt was the little seen disk based Atari Word Processor, a slow, clunky word processor that was designed specifically to work with the Atari 800 (it will not work with any other Atari systems). However since many people could not afford to purchase the expensive Atari 800 and disk drive, Atari decided that a cheaper cartridge based word processor was needed. Thus AtariWriter was born. The...
Topics: Word Processor, Atari
The Business Case
by Apple Computer
120
0
0
The Dow Jones News & Quotes Reporter is a program that brings you news from the Dow Jones News Wire, the Wall Street Journal, and Barron's, and brings you quotes from the Dow Jones Data Base. The program works with the Apple II or Apple II Plus computer; the Apple Disk II disk drive with a controller set up to use 16-sector diskettes; and equipment that connects the computer to a telephone line. When the Apple is connected to the Dow Jones computer via telephone line, the Apple's video...
Topics: Apple II, Dow Jones, Stock Quotes
The Business Case
by Spinnaker Software
92
0
0
Better Working Word Processor Design: Roger Des Roches, Programmed by Marc Lafontaine. Published in 1985 by Logidisque and Spinnaker Software. Better Working is a medium to high powered word processor, with window-like features, as well as having a comprehensive spelling checker on the backside of the disk. Once accustomed to this word processor, it may well be one of the better processors for the Apple II, with effective functions for: SEARCH, REPLACE, MOVE or COPY blocks of text, COUNT the...
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by Sierra On-Line
91
0
0
Sierra On-Line Inc. presents HomeWord Plus(tm) - ProDOS 40/80 Column for the Apple 128k //e and //c by Target Technologies. Version 3.0 - December 5 1985.
Topics: Apple II, HomeWord, Word Processing
The Business Case
by WordPerfect Corporation
68
0
0
With roots as far back as 1977 and a first appearance on Data General computers with the name SSI*WP, the software that became WordPerfect was a product businesses knew intimately by 1986. WordPerfect had just rocked the word processing world with a lauded 4.0 release for DOS. The same 4.0 rocketed WordPerfect to the top of the charts virtually sealing WordStar's fate and keeping a struggling Microsoft Word at bay for at least a few more years. Not content to rest on its successes,...
The Business Case
by Robert L. Jackson, for Expertel
55
0
0
If you use the phone for business or pleasure, we can save you a lot of time. Just connect the telephone Micro Diary to your phone and computer, and you're in business with the smartest system going. A powerful, electronic telephone directory stores 2,000 names, numbers and addresses. It finds the phone number you need and dials it automatically - including those toilsome, long-distance access codes. And with a special note-filing feature, you can put extra information with each directory...
Topics: Micro Diary, Apple II, Phone Software, Directory, Robert L. Jackson, Expertel, Software
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by Roger Wagner Publishing
53
0
0
By 1984, Roger Wagner and his Roger Wagner Publishing (formerly Southwestern Data Systems) were household names to Apple II users. Not only had RWP/SDS produced a series of well-received software titles that mixed both utility and education, but Roger Wagner himself became a celebrity in the community through his 1980 column in Softalk and his eventual assembled book, Assembly Lines, The Book Among the many products that debuted over the years, 1980's The Correspondent offered the same...
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by Software Arts, Inc.
53
0
0
Topics: Apple II, Spreadsheets
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by Sensible Software
48
0
0
Bookends Version 1.0 48k by Jonathan D. Ashwell of Sensible Software. 1983. Includes Reference Librarian, Disk Utilities, Printer Options, Apple Configuration. Bookends, a database and time saver in managing any kind of information, tracks down articles, magazines and books quickly, effortlessly and with no hassle. Easy to use, it... Provides quick, efficient storage and retrieval of reference information. Allows storage of author, title, journal, volume, page number, date, publisher, editors,...
Topics: Apple II, Productivity
The Business Case
by Russ Wetmore
45
0
0
Homepak by Russ Wetmore, including Hometext, HomeFind and Hometerm. From Batteries Included software. Homepak by Batteries Included, was an integrated application for the Commodore 64, Apple II and Atari 8-bit personal computers. Homepak combined word-processor, database and communications modules into one application. Homepak was developed in 1984 by Russ Wetmore for Star Systems Software, Inc. The Commodore 128 version was ported by Sean M. Puckett and Scott S. Smith. Homepak was implemented...
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing, Russ Wetmore, Batteries Included
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by Sierra On-Line, Inc.
42
0
0
Screenwriter IIe Version 2.2 from Sierra On-Line Inc. 1983. SCREENWRITER II by Kidwell/Schmoyer. "No extra hardware for upper-lower case, 70 column display, printer spooling. Edits BASIC, text, and binary files; complete search and replace. Sierra On-Line." [This solved the hardware problem of no lowercase display and only 40 columns of text by creating hi-res graphics characters. Because of the limits of the hi-res screen, it was only possible to get 70 columns of text in this mode....
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Software Publishing Corporation
40
0
0
PFS: Write from Software Publishing Corporation and Soft-Art,Inc. 1986. pfs:Write was a simple, early-in-the-life-of-desktop-computing word processor created by Software Publishing Corporation (SPC). It was intended for DOS systems, but Apple II versions were also released. It included all the basic features common to most word processors of the day, including automatic word wrapping, spell checking, copy and paste, underlining, and boldfacing; and it also boasted a few of the...
The Business Case
by Cap'n Software (John Draper)
34
0
0
EasyWriter was a word processor first written for the Apple II series computer in 1979, the first word processor for that platform. It was written by John Draper's Cap'n Software, which also produced a version of Forth, which EasyWriter was developed in. Draper developed EasyWriter while serving nights in the Alameda County Jail under a work furlough program. Andrew Fluegelman wrote in PC Magazine that although EasyWriter 1.0 appeared to be an easy-to-use word processor for casual users, it...
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
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by Database Software
34
0
0
Mini Office II, published by Database Software in 1986, was an office suite available for several home computers, among which were the Amstrad CPC, the Atari 8-bit family, the BBC Micro, the Commodore 64, and others. The software package could be purchased on cassette tape or floppy disk. Mini Office II was originally written for the BBC Micro Computer (in 6502 assembler) and was also available in EPROM format. The office applications included in Mini Office II were listed as: Word processor,...
Topics: Atari 800, Productivity
The Business Case
by Roger Wagner Publishing, Inc.
32
0
0
Mousewrite Word Processing Software, Version 1.5.7. Written by Steve Cochard with assistance from C. Peterson and R. Wagner. From Roger Wagner Publishing, Inc. There are a lot of great reasons to own MouseWrite... reasons like being able to quickly correct any mistakes with MouseWrite Speller. It's built-in so it's there whenever you need it. Want form letters, labels, or 1000 individually addressed envelopes? MouseWrite's Mail Merge and Glossary get the job done for you. Put pizzaz in your...
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Apple Computer, Inc.
32
0
0
Apple Presents Applewriter II Training Disk. 1984 by Apple Computer, Inc. This training disk will teach you the basics of Apple Writer II (version 2.), a sophisticated word processing program that lets you create, edit, and print memos, letters, contracts -- any sort of business or personal document. On this disk, we'll tell you something about Apple Writer or ask you to performa a specific step by putting a frame on the screen -- just like the one you're reading now. And behind the frame,...
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by Turning Point Software
29
0
0
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by Continental Software
28
0
0
The Home Accountant version 2.0, written by Robert Schoenberg, Stephen Pollack and Larry Grodin, by Continental Software. 1981.
Topics: Apple II, Finance Management, Accountant, Continental Software
The Business Case
by Software Arts, Inc.
26
0
0
Topics: Atari 800, Spreadsheets
The Business Case
by Minnesota Educational Computing Corporation (MECC)
23
0
0
Business Utilities v1.0 by Minnesota Educational Computing Corporation (MECC). Published 1985. Includes Savings Interest, Installment Loans, and Payroll. From MECC's 1986 catalog: - Senior Business High - Adult Utilities A versatile business education tool. This collection of practical programs helps students perform a variety of common business functions. Calculate interest on savings accounts or certificates of deposit. Determine the payment amount or the principal amount of a loan by...
Topics: Apple II, Finance
The Business Case
by Quark, Inc.
22
0
0
Word Juggler was a word processor application by Quark, Inc. for the Apple IIe, IIc, and III computers. Until the release of AppleWorks, Word Juggler was the leading word processor on the IIe and IIc, beating out Apple Writer. The software was copy protected with a hardware dongle. It was one of the first software titles to use ProDOS. The software was well received and was considered easy to learn and master. The software also came with a dictionary/spell checker called Lexicheck which was...
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Living Videotext , Inc.
22
0
0
Thinktank Version 1.10 by Living Videotext, Inc. 1985. Currently, this program expects a second floppy disk that is not installed.
Topics: Apple II, Productivity
The Business Case
by Main Street Publishing, Inc.
20
0
0
The Database Manager, by Adrian Vance, published by Main Street Publishing, 1985. This system will allow you to set up databases of up to 18 fields with up to 40 spaces per field, one line. You may search any of the fields for words or numbers, in terms of: equal to, greater than or less than, sum all numbers in a field or count the number of occurances of a word or number in any field. This system operates in R.A.M. for speed or convenience with storage on the disk. On this disk you will find...
Topics: Apple II, Database
The Business Case
by Minnesota Educational Computing Corporation
20
0
0
MECC Writer from the Composing Information Series. Minnesota Educational Computing Corporation, 1985. Version 1.2. MECC Writer is a package in the Composing Information series. This series, along with four others, is part of MECC's Computing and Information collection. This collection introduces students to the concepts and skills necessary to live in the Information Age.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Craig Bower
20
0
0
Apple II Expense Tracker (A2X) by Craig Bower. Released on February 25, 2007.
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by CUE SoftSwap
20
0
0
FrEDWriter Version 4.4 August 13, 1987 by CUE SoftSwap. Created in 1985, this word processor was a de facto standard for years in classrooms. Mr. Rogers designed the program around a not-so-popular public domain program called FreeWriter and re-marketed with an extremely easy-to-use interface, Spanish support, and the ability for teachers to leave on-screen prompts to guide student writing. Additionally, FrEdWriter was free: users had to pay a small charge for the software on a disk, but the...
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Precision Software
18
0
0
SuperBase v2.0 - The Complete Database for the Apple. By S.D. Tranmer and T.H. Cranstown. from Precision Software. Published 1983.
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by Spinnaker Software
18
0
0
Easy Working Writer v1.03 for ProDOS from Spinnaker Software, 1987. (This blurb is from a review of the DOS version, but the article mentions that Apple II and Commodore versions were also included in the box.) Easy Working Writer comes much closer to being a workable program, particularly if your word processing is limited to business letters, basic school reports, and the like. That may suffice for many home and small business users. Written in 1988, Writer appears to be an early version of...
The Business Case
by Kevin Martin and Charles Brannon, Compute!
17
0
0
SpeedCalc For Atari Kevin Martin and Charles Brannon, Program Editor In response to popular request, COMPUTE! presents this professional-quality spreadsheet program for Atari 400, 800, XL, and XE computers with at least 48K RAM. Written completely in high-speed machine language, Atari SpeedCalc has all the important features you'd expect from a commercial spreadsheet program. In addition, its data files can be merged into text files created with the Atari SpeedScript word processor published...
Topics: Atari 800, Spreadsheets
The Business Case
by Software Publishing Corporation
16
0
0
The Typewriter, a word processor from Software Publishing Corporation and MetaLink, Inc. 1985.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Database Software
16
0
0
Mini Office II, published by Database Software in 1986, was an office suite available for several home computers, among which were the Amstrad CPC, the Atari 8-bit family, the BBC Micro, the Commodore 64, and others. The software package could be purchased on cassette tape or floppy disk. Mini Office II was originally written for the BBC Micro Computer (in 6502 assembler) and was also available in EPROM format. The office applications included in Mini Office II were listed as: Word processor,...
Topics: Atari 800, Productivity
The Business Case
by Tom Snyder Productions
16
0
0
Timeliner for the Apple II. Timeline generation and browsing software by Tom Snyder Productions. The product was still being developed (for later platforms) almost 30 years later. 1986.
Topics: Apple II, Timeline
The Business Case
by Windcrest Software
15
0
0
Checkbook Analyzer personal finance management system by Philip and Bob Hess.
Topics: Apple II, Finance Management, Windcrest
The Business Case
by ARTSCI. Inc.
15
0
0
Magic Window IIe by William H. Depew, from ARTSCI, Inc. 1984. Later followed up by Magic Window II. From the simplest to the most sophisticated, any word processing system is basically just an electronic device for making marks on paper. One measurement of the ease of using a word prqcessor is its "transparency"-the similarity between what appears on the screen and what is printed as final copy. From this standpoint, Magic Window, written by Gary Shannon with revision and...
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Muse Software
15
0
0
SuperText Professional by E. Zaron of Muse Software. 1982.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
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by Walden Software, Inc.
14
0
0
The Freeware Project FreeWriter from Walden Software, Inc. 1984. Converted by Lynn Nicholson on June 30, 1986.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
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by Sunburst Communication
13
0
0
Magic Slate : the word processor that grows with you. From Sunburst Communication, Pleasantville, NY. 1984. Three levels of word processing abilities that allowes user to master a 20 column version-young child, a 40 column version-intermediate and a 80 column version for the professional.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing, Sunburst Communication
The Business Case
by Spinnaker Software
12
0
0
One of Spinnaker's "Easy Working" software titles, The Planner is a spreadsheet program featuring pull-down menus, auto calc, recalculate, area blocking, 6 cell data formats, cut and paste, custom column width, insert, delete row, column, read block from file, write block to file, import/export DIF and 8-in-1 files, 9 formula functions, directory, remove, format commands, on-line help, and more.
Topics: Apple II, Spreadsheets
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by Software Solutions
12
0
0
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by M.D.L.
12
0
0
Swift Spreadsheet by Dave Middleton. Converted by J. Turner & D. Scammell. Published August 1985 by M.D.L.
Topics: Apple II, Finance
The Business Case
by Computer Solutions
11
0
0
Zardax 6.0 by Computer Solutions, Published by Action-Research NW. 1981.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
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by Sir-Tech Software
11
0
0
The Clan Practical Accountant by Robert Jahncke. Published by Sir-Tech Software. 1986.
Topics: Apple II, Financial
The Business Case
11
0
0
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by Artsci, Inc.
11
0
0
Magic Window II, word processor by Artsci Inc. 1982. +=====================================+ -=- MAGIC WINDOW II CONTROL CODES -=- -=- ENTERED BY THE KNIGHTS -=- +=====================================+ KEY FUNCTIONS: A TABULATE KEY B TO ENTER CTRL KEY ON SCREEN C TO END OF TEXT D DELETE CHARACTER E TO BEGINNING OF TEXT F INSERT CHARACTER G GLUE BELOW TEXT AT CURSOR H LEFT V RIGHT AND COPY ABOVE TEXT W UP BY 12 LINES X DOWN BY 12 LINES Y AUXILARY FUNCTIONS EXIT TO EDITOR - RETURNS TO EDITOR...
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing, Artsci
The Business Case
by Piewriter: Word Processing System
11
0
0
Piewriter: Word Processing System from Hayden Book Company. 1983.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by MUSE Software
10
0
0
Super-Text Home/Office Word Processor by E. Zaron of MUSE Software. 1982.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Sierra On-Line, Inc.
10
0
0
HomeWord Speller: The Personal Spelling Checker for the Apple II+, IIe, IIc. Version 1.0. by Doug Whittaker and Phil Vrbancic. Designed by Al Lowe. Published by Sierra On-Line, Inc. 1984.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Hayden Book Company
9
0
0
The Writer: Word Processing System by Hayden Book Company. 1983.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing, Hayden Book Company, The Writer
The Business Case
by High Technology Software Products, Inc.
9
0
0
Information Master Version 5.0. by James A. Cox and Stephen M. Williams.
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by Real Software
9
0
0
Reports and Ratios, by Real Software. 1986.
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by Spinnaker Software
9
0
0
Easy Working Filer Version 1.01. Published in 1987. A product of the Ancier Group and Spinnaker Software by Leland J. Ancier and Patrick M. McElroy and M. L. Brachman, PhD.
Topics: Apple II, Filer
The Business Case
by Activision
9
0
0
Term Paper Writer is a multi-purpose software program that helps you turn out perfect papers quickly and easily. It speeds up every step of paper writing, from note taking and outlining to writing and editing. It even formats footnotes and compiles bibliographies... automatically. With Term Paper Writer your next paper will be a breeze!
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by ELCOMP Publishing
9
0
0
The GT Estate Word Processor, an IJG, Inc. Product by H.C. Wagner. From ELCOMP Publishing, 1983.
Topics: Atari 800, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Funk Software, Inc.
9
0
0
Sideways Version 1.0
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by Beagle Bros., Inc.
9
0
0
Beagle Bros. Inc. unleashes the power with TimeOut ReportWriter by Dan Verkade. TimeOut v3.01 by Alan Bird, ReportWriter v2.52 by Dan Verkade.
Topics: Apple II, Financial, Beagle Brothers
Univac ][ by The Serpent Version 2.2
The Business Case
by Cosmi, Inc.
8
0
0
Cosmi TEXTPRO Word Processor. 1985. As this column continues looking at lesser known moments of colossal retrocomputing idiocy, surely this is an abnormal example? OK, cue time warp and try again. You finally type the last paragraph...and accidentally hit the ENTER key without typing in a filename at the "save" prompt. Maybe it's fatigue or just the computer's infamous keybounce doing double duty after you ENTERed the save command in the first place. In any event, the computer crashes...
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Red DeGroat
8
0
0
Calendar Program by RedDegroat. Prints to Okidata and Epson printers. October 21, 1985.
Topics: Apple II, Calendar
The Business Case
by Sensible Software, Inc.
8
0
0
Bookends v2.04. The Reference Management System, by Jonathan D. Ashwell, Sensible Software, Inc. 1983 and 1984.
Topics: Apple II, Reference
The Business Case
by David Castell
8
0
0
XLENT have been providing 8-bit users with interesting print related software for a while now, but this marks their first attempt at a comprehensive word processing package. My initial impressions are that it's a thoroughly practical piece of software with some unique features, and is good enough to give the established favourites like Atariwriter and Paperclip a real run for their money. The program comes in the slim A5 size plastic wallet popular with many companies, and this contains an...
Topics: Word Processor, Atari
The Business Case
by Davidson and Associates
8
0
0
Homeworker v1.2 from Davidson and Associates, Inc. October 7, 1986.
Topics: Apple II, Financial
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by William G. Graves
7
0
0
The Spreadsheet Version 2.0 by William G. Graves, Published by A.P.P.L.E.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
The Business Case
by Batteries Included, Inc.
7
0
0
PaperClip XL v1.2 by Daniel L. Moore and Steven J. Ahlstrom. From Batteries Included. Published 1985.
Topics: Atari 800, Word Processing
The Business Case
by High Tech Expressions
7
0
0
HeartWare, Friendship Greeting and Love Note Maker, Developed by Comware. from High Tech Expressions. 1986.
Topics: Atari 800, Productivity
The Business Case
by Midwest Software Associates
7
0
0
From a small, relatively unknown company comes a word processor that is extremely powerful and easy to learn. Write Away is a good choice for a word processor to grow into. What can it do? Quite a lot! Five tutorials ease you into the difficult aspects of word processing. You can manage a mailing list, read and use DIF files, use macros (or "glossary' terms) by defining a key sequence to represent a word or phrase, and much more. For example, say you use the phrase "Apple IIe'...
Topics: Apple, Word Processor
The Business Case
by Quark, Inc.
6
0
0
Word Juggler was a word processor application by Quark, Inc. for the Apple IIe, IIc, and III computers. Until the release of AppleWorks, Word Juggler was the leading word processor on the IIe and IIc, beating out Apple Writer. The software was copy protected with a hardware dongle. It was one of the first software titles to use ProDOS. The software was well received and was considered easy to learn and master. The software also came with a dictionary/spell checker called Lexicheck which was...
The Business Case
by David Szetela
6
0
0
Lexicom 3.0 by David Szetela. Program for doing conversion between a wide variety of formats.
Topics: Apple II, Utilities
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by Vervan Software
5
0
0
The GT Data Manager by Carl M. Evans and Richard M. Leonard. Vervan Software. 1984.
Topics: Apple II, Spreadsheets
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by LJK Software
4
0
0
Simply Perfect from LJK Software. Published in 1984. Integrated database and word processor.
Topics: Apple II, Word Processing
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4
0
0
Data Handler Manage file-cabinets full of student, employee, inventory, and school district information with this remarkable package. Two disk drives, a printer, a few data diskettes, and this flexible, menu-driven database system allow you to enter, build, store, modify, search, sort, retrieve, and print school data. Each data diskette can hold as many as 1050 records of up to 126 characters or as many as 525 records of up to 254 characters. For more sophisticated database work, see MECC's...
Topics: Apple II, Database
The Business Case
by Precision Software
1
0
0
Superbase II - The Complete Database for the Apple by S.D. Tranner and T.H. Cranstown. Precision Software. 1983.